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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
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Want to have your say on the country's water? Well now you can after today’s launch of a major online
survey to gauge New Zealanders’ attitudes and concerns about water issues –
from sustainability and quality, to how to manage aging infrastructure and
The first national comprehensive survey of its type, it has
been developed by Water New Zealand, with the aim of helping the water sector
deal with the growing challenges managing the country’s water resources.
Water is a critical element of life everywhere, yet there are
still everyday misunderstandings with regards to its provision and how it will
be managed in the future.
“Those of us in the business of providing water services
[including local governments] need to understand what customers and communities
think, including their values, how satisfied they are with the level and cost
of the infrastructure needed, and whether water quality issues are being
adequately addressed,” Water New Zealand chief executive John Pfahlert says.
The information gathered in the survey will be used by water
providers and utilities to help in future planning and ensure that customers’
needs are being met.
The survey is expected to run for about six weeks and can be
accessed via the following link – www.nzwatersurvey.co.nz
Findings from the survey will be released at the Water New
Zealand conference in September.